Do you hate it or love it?
Dublin's iconic Spire on O'Connell Street was unveiled this day 20 years ago.
The silver needle was erected in place of the former Nelson's Pillar, which was destroyed in 1966.
At nine feet wide and almost 400 feet high, it cost around € 4 million back in 2003.
The monument was designed by Ian Ritchie Architects, which say The Spire boasts "elegant and dynamic simplicity."
One of our reporters asked people what they thought of the monument, and many had mixed views.
"It should be took down, because there's nothing nice about that... an Irish hero should've been put there and a little garden around it or something. That is just an eye-sore" one woman said.
Another man thought it was impressive but "not for 4 million."
One woman thinks the "money probably could've been put to better use."
It seems people haven't quite warmed up to the landmark yet!